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Buju Banton Free From Prison

When I was a teen I was heavily into punk and surf music.  The lyrics were edgy and disruptive, from the Dead Kennedy’s, Minor Threat, and many others including the Butthole Surfers who influenced my teen years. The Butthole surfers while not one of my goto bands for mixed tapes, or playlists, I did enjoying […]

I don’t really care much about this Tekashi 6ix9ine crap, nor do I like his music.  I have been following this case however, because anytime I see the FBI getting involved in the life of a high profile person of influence, it grabs my attention.   A lot of famous rappers such as Fat Joe, and […]

The Story Of Hawaiian Sovereignty From A Haole Who Lives In Hawaii Aloha! My name is Ryan Thompson. I live with my family of six on the Big Island in the Puna district, often known for its rural and agricultural features and activities. There is also small pockets of good surf, and always good food […]

Aloha! I am attempting to contribute to the conversation regarding Hawaii’s independence by providing more historical information on the topic of the annexation of Hawaii 125 years ago.   I will be at the townhall meeting in Keaau HI on October 15th 2018 I will also attempt to livestream the meeting at:   https://youtu.be/Mi3hOIUWFYU The topic is […]

Did the USA illegally overthrow the Hawaiian Kingdom, and illegally annex a sovereign nation in 1894?  Or was there a legal and valid cession of power via a legitimate treaty that was signed by Queen Liliuokalani? This is a question that has been analyzed many times by top scholars over the years, especially since the 1993 […]

This event really separated the sheep from the goats.  As I watched this whole charade play out I knew the entire time what the outcome would be, so I wasn’t expecting some bombshell proof to come out and ruin Brett Kavanaugh.  I knew as did most people (even those on the left) that this whole […]

The Innocence Project, founded in 1992 by Peter Neufeld and Barry Scheck at Cardozo School of Law, exonerates the wrongly convicted through DNA testing and reforms the criminal justice system to prevent future injustice. This year marks the second annual “National Wrongful Conviction Day“.  This day draws awareness to the thousands that have been wrongfully convicted and […]

“Facebook dropped a bombshell on Friday when it revealed an unknown hacker had breached the site, compromising the accounts of 50 million users. The company’s security team found three bugs were used in the attacks, saying they were used in combination to successfully break into Facebook accounts.”   – Forbes Facebook’s statement on the matter ends with this; […]

On the topic of false accusations, I have witnessed one which I tend to call “The Not So Accidental Police Informant”.   This story started 16 years ago for me, when I first met my wife, and then shortly after I married her.  Within four months of us meeting, we married.  Inbetween us meeting in June […]


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